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Kosovo Refugees collecting bread rations. Image available from United Nations Photo.
Welcome to the International Humanitarian Law research guide created for the classes at UW Tacoma. It will help you:
Thanks to Jim Sherwood, Reference Librarian at the University North Carolina, whose International Humanitarian Law Guide served a source and model for this guide.
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